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50 Shades of Gray Mail

Even with both server-side spam filters and Outlook’s junk mail feature, I still get way too many email messages that I have to send directly to the Deleted Items folder.

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Embrace the Connected Generation or Die

The connected generation (Gen C) is the most tech savvy and innovative group to enter the workforce. They use new modes of digital communication across multiple mobile devices and require instant access to these resources to be productive. As Gen C occupies more of your workforce with each passing year, there is no denying the pressure it is placing on the corporate network…

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Preventing zombies from taking over your email network

While Simda being taking offline is great news it is important to keep in mind that prevention is always better than cure, even when it comes to a zombie apocalypse infecting your network.

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Making the internet safer, one takedown at a time

In another example of business and law enforcement cooperation, the Simda Botnet was taken offline last week.

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March Releases Include Three Big Updates for Exchange

March brings Exchange admins big updates for all three of the currently supported versions. You may want to take a look at these, get them tested, and get them deployed in your next change window.

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Windows 2003 Goes EOL in Five Months

Just in case you missed it, Windows 2003 goes EOL (End of Life) on the 14th of July 2015. If you are am Exchange Admins this is why you should care!

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